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1 Table of Contents Sequence List Level 1 Level 5 1 A1 Numbers H1 Algebraic Expressions 2 A2 Comparing Numbers H2 Operations and Properties 3 A3 Addition H3 Evaluating Expressions 4 A4 Subtraction H4 Linear Equations in One Variable I 5 A5 Numbers I1 Linear Equations in One Variable II 6 A6 Comparing I2 Linear Equations in One Variable III 7 A7 Addition I3 Linear Equations in One Variable IV 8 A8 Subtraction Level 6 9 A9 Equivalent Forms J1 Proportions 10 A10 Numbers (I) 71 J2 Coordinate Grids 11 A11 Numbers (II) 72 J3 Linear Equations in Two Variables: Introduction 12 A12 Addition: Two Digit 73 J4 Linear Equations in Two Variables: Graphing I 13 A13 Subtraction: Two Digit 74 J5 Linear Equations in Two Variables: Graphing II 14 A14 Counting To K1 Linear Equations in Two Variables: Solving I 15 A15 Place Value to K2 Linear Equations in Two Variables: Solving II 16 A16 Comparing Numbers to K3 Linear Equations in Two Variables: Solving III 17 A17 Addition: 3 digits Level 7 18 A18 Subtraction: 3 Digit 78 L1 Linear Equations in Two Variables: Writing I 19 A19 Place Value and Expanded Notation 79 L2 Linear Equations in Two Variables: Writing II 20 A20 Comparing Numbers: 4 digits 80 M1 Linear Inequalities: Introduction 21 A21 Addition and Subtraction: 4 digits 81 M2 Linear Inequalities in One Variable: Solving I 22 A22 Multiplication 2, 5, M3 Linear Inequalities in One Variable: Solving II 23 A23 Multiplication M4 Linear Inequalities in One Variable: Solving III 24 A24 Properties of Multiplication 84 M5 Applications: Linear Equations and Inequalities 25 A25 Division 010 Level 8 26 A26 Multiplication: Two Digit 85 N1 Absolute Value Equations 27 A27 Multiplication: Two and Three Digit 86 N2 Absolute Value Inequalities I 28 A28 Multiplication  Multidigit 87 N3 Absolute Value Inequalities II 29 A29 Division: Two Digit I 88 O1 Applications I 30 A30 Division: Three and Four Digit 89 O2 Applications II Level 2 90 O3 Exponent Operations I 31 B1 Multiplication Families 91 O4 Exponent Operations II 32 B2 Applications 92 O5 Exponent Operations III 33 B3 Negative Numbers Level 9 34 B4 Integer Operations 93 P1 Polynomials 35 B5 More Integer Operations 94 P2 Polynomials and Greatest Common Factors 36 C1 Exponent Operations and Square Roots 95 P3 Multiplying Polynomials 37 C2 Evaluating Numeric Expressions 96 P4 Factoring Trinomials: Leading Coefficient of 1 Level 3 97 P5 Factoring Trinomials: Leading Coefficient not 1 38 D1 Introduction to Fractions 98 P6 Factoring Trinomials: Special Cases 39 D2 Fractions from Drawings 99 Q1 Advanced Factoring 40 D3 Comparing Fractions 100 Q2 Solving Quadratic Equations 41 D4 Improper Fractions and Mixed Numbers I 101 Q3 Systems of Two Linear Equations 42 D5 Improper Fractions and Mixed Numbers II Level D6 Adding and Subtracting Fractions with Common Denominators 102 R1 Applications III 44 D7 Common Denominators 103 R2 Applications IV 45 D8 Adding and Subtracting Fractions with Different Denominators 104 S1 Radicals I 46 E1 Greatest Common Factor 105 S2 Radicals II 47 E2 Reducing Fractions Level E3 Multiplying Fractions 106 T1 Radicals III 49 E4 Multiplying Fractions and Mixed Numbers 107 T2 Pythagorean Theorem 50 E5 Operations with Fractions and Mixed Numbers 108 T3 Functions Level T4 Graphing Quadratic Equations 51 F1 Decimals 110 U1 Solving Equations Using Radicals 52 F2 Comparing Decimals 111 U2 Solving Equations by Completing the Square 53 F3 Adding and Subtracting Decimals 112 U3 Solving Quadratic Equations using the Quadratic Formula 54 F4 Rounding Level F5 Multiplying Decimals 113 V1 Introduction to Complex Numbers 56 F6 Dividing Decimals 114 V2 Complex Numbers and the Quadratic Formula 57 F7 Introduction to Percents 115 V3 Quadratic Applications 58 F8 Calculating with Percents 116 W1 Graphing Cubic and Absolute Value Equations 59 G1 Percents: Applications 117 W2 Simplifying Rational Expressions 60 G2 Applications with Fractions and Decimals 118 W3 Simplifying Rational Expressions II 61 G3 Ratios and Rates 119 X1 Operations with Rational Expressions 62 G4 Prime Numbers and Central Tendency Measures 120 X2 Operations and Equations with Rational Expressions...in order to close an achievement gap for any group of students, you must close the gaps in knowledge for the individual students in that group.
2 Unit 0 Unit A 1 Introduction 2 How to take the placement tests 3 Placement Test I 4 Placement Test II 5 Placement Test III 6 Placement Test IV 7 Placement Test V 8 Placement Test VI 9 Placement Test VII 10 Placement Test VIII 11 Placement Test IX 12 Placement Test X 13 Placement Test XI 14 Placement Test XII 1 Numbers Read and Write Numbers Counting 010: Count a Whole Set of Objects 3 Counting 010: Count from Set of Objects 4 Counting 010: Missing Number 5 Counting 010: Counting On from a Number 2 Comparing Numbers Comparing Sets Comparing Numbers or 2 More or Less Comparing Numbers with Symbols Addition Addition: Counting All Addition: Counting On Addition Subtraction Missing Addend Subtraction Definition 3 Subtraction Numbers Read and Write Numbers Rational Counting Counting: Missing Number Counting Counting as Addition 6 Comparing Counting: 1 or 2 more or less Comparing Numbers Addition Addition 1120: Regrouping 2 Addition 1120: No Regrouping 3 Addition  Three Numbers 8 Subtraction Subtraction 1120: No Regrouping 2 Subtraction 1120: Regrouping 9 Equivalent Forms Equivalent Forms: Addition Equivalent Forms: Subtraction Equivalent Forms: Addition and Subtraction Numbers (I) 1 Read and Write Numbers: By Ten Read and Write Numbers Reading Numbers in Context Numbers (II) 1 Counting with Place Value Expanded Form Counting: 1 or 2 more or less Comparing Numbers Make Numbers from Digits: 2 digits 12 Addition: Two Digit 1 Two Digit Addition: No Regrouping  All Steps With Place Value Table 2 Two Digit Addition: No Regrouping  All Steps Without Place Value Table 3 Two Digit Addition: Regrouping  All Steps With Place Value Table 4 Two Digit Addition: Regrouping  All Steps Without Place Value Table 5 Two Digit Addition: Answer Only 13 Subtraction: Two Digit 1 Two Digit Subtraction: No Regrouping  All Steps With Place Value Table 2 Two Digit Subtraction: No Regrouping  All Steps Without Place Value Table 3 Two Digit Subtraction: Regrouping  All Steps With Place Value Table 4 Two Digit Subtraction: Regrouping  All Steps Without Place Value Table 5 Two Digit Subtraction: Answer Only 14 Counting To Read and Write with Place Value to Counting to Write Numbers from Words to 1000
3 4 Write Words from Numbers to Write Numbers from Words in Context to Place Value to Identify Place Value to Expanded Form to Number Lines 4 Rounding 16 Comparing Numbers to Compare Numbers to Counting: More or Less Make Number from Digits: 3 digits 17 Addition: 3 digits 1 Three Digit Addition: With Place Value Table 2 Three Digit Addition: Without Place Value Table 3 Three Digit Addition: Answer Only 18 Subtraction: 3 Digit 1 Three Digit Subtraction: Place Value Table 2 Three Digit Subtraction: All Steps Onscreen 3 Three Digit Subtraction: Zeros  Place Value Table 4 Three Digit Subtraction: Zeros  All Steps Onscreen 5 Three Digit Subtraction: Answer Only 19 Place Value and Expanded Notation 1 Read and Write with Place Value to Identify to Place Values to Find Missing Number in Expanded Notation 4 Write Number in Expanded Notation 5 Write a Number From Expanded Notation 20 Comparing Numbers: 4 digits 1 Counting: more or less 2 Ordering Numbers 3 Number Lines 21 Addition and Subtraction: 4 digits 1 Addition: 4 digits 2 Subtraction: 4 digits 22 Multiplication 2, 5, 10 1 Multiplication (2,5,10): Multiplication as Repeated Addition 2 Multiplication (2,5,10): Using Repeated Addition 3 Multiplication (2,5,10): Counting by a Number 4 Multiplication (2,5,10): Counting by a Number to do Multiplication 5 Multiplication (2,5,10): Multiplication as Arrays 6 Multiplication: 2, 5, Multiplication Multiplication (010): Using Repeated Addition 2 Multiplication (3,4): Counting by a Number 3 Multiplication(3,4): Counting by a Number to do Multiplication 4 Multiplication: Properties of Multiplication 1 Multiplication: Commutative Property 2 Multiplication: Arrays 25 Division Division: Single Digit 2 Division: Single Digit: With Remainder 3 Division: Two Digit 4 Division: Two Digit: With Remainder 26 Multiplication: Two Digit 1 Two Digit Multiplication: No Regrouping  With Place Value Table 2 Two Digit Multiplication: No Regrouping  All Steps 3 Two Digit Multiplication: No Regrouping  Answer Only 4 Two Digit Multiplication: Regrouping  With Place Value Table 5 Two Digit Multiplication: Regrouping  All Steps 6 Two Digit Multiplication: Regrouping  Answer Only 27 Multiplication: Two and Three Digit 1 Two Digit Multiplication: Three Digit Answers  All Steps 2 Two Digit Multiplication: Three Digit Answers  Answer Only 3 Three Digit Multiplication: All Steps 4 Three Digit Multiplication: Answer Only 28 Multiplication  Multidigit 1 Multiplication: Four Digit 2 Multiplication: TwoDigit by TwoDigit 3 Multiplication: ThreeDigit by TwoDigit 29 Division: Two Digit I 1 Two Digit Division: No Regrouping  With Place Value Table 2 Two Digit Division: No Regrouping  Answer Only 3 Two Digit Division: Regrouping  With Place Value Table 4 Two Digit Division: Regrouping  Answer Only 30 Division: Three and Four Digit 1 Division: Introduction to Remainders 2 How to Use the Format Wizard 3 Two Digit Division: Remainders  With Place Value Table 4 Two Digit Division: Remainders  Answer Only 5 Three Digit Division 6 Four Digit Division 7 Division: 2Digit Divisor I 8 Division: 2Digit Divisor II
4 Unit B Unit C Unit D 1 Multiplication Families 1 Multiplication Tables 2 Multiplication Families: Multiplication Statements 3 Multiplication Families: Missing Number 2 Applications 1 Applications: Multiply/Divide (I) 2 Applications: Multiply/Divide (II) 3 Applications: Multiply/Divide (III) 4 Applications: Multiply/Divide (IV) 5 Applications: Multiply/Divide (V) 6 Applications: Multiply/Divide (VI) 7 Applications: Multiply/Divide (VII) 8 Applications: Multiply/Divide (VIII) 3 Negative Numbers 1 Negative Numbers: Definition 2 Negative Numbers: Ordering on Number Line 3 Absolute Values 4 Size versus Absolute Value 5 Opposites 4 Integer Operations 1 Integer Addition: Adding a Negative Number 2 Integer Subtraction: Rewriting Subtraction as Addition 3 Integer Subtraction: Subtracting a Positive Number 4 Integer Subtraction: Subtracting a Negative Number 5 More Integer Operations 1 More Integer Addition I 2 More Integer Addition II 3 More Integer Subtraction 4 Integer Multiplication and Division 5 Order of Operations with Integers 1 Exponent Operations and Square Roots 1 Exponents: Definition 2 Negative Numbers Raised to a Power 3 Order of Operations with Exponents 4 Square Roots 2 Evaluating Numeric Expressions 1 Order of Operations with Grouping I 2 Order of Operations with Grouping II 3 Evaluate Absolute Value Expressions 1 Introduction to Fractions 1 Fractions: The Bottom Number 2 Fractions: The Top Number 3 Fractions: Read and Write 4 Fractions: Numerator and Denominator 2 Fractions from Drawings 1 Writing Fractions from Drawings 2 Drawing Pictures from Fractions 3 Fractions as Part of a Set 3 Comparing Fractions 1 Comparing Fractions to 1 2 Comparing Unit Fractions on a Number Line 3 Comparing Fractions with a Common Denominator on a Number Line 4 Comparing Fractions with Different Denominators on a Number Line 5 Equivalent Fractions on a Number Line 4 Improper Fractions and Mixed Numbers I 1 Improper Fractions and Mixed Numbers 2 Mixed Numbers from Text 3 Improper Fractions as Whole Numbers 4 Whole Numbers as Improper Fractions 5 Improper Fractions and Mixed Numbers II 1 Improper Fractions as Mixed Numbers With Number Line 2 Improper Fractions as Mixed Numbers Without Number Line 3 Mixed Numbers as Improper Fractions 4 Mixed Numbers as Improper Fractions  Answer Only 6 Adding and Subtracting Fractions with Common Denominators 1 Adding and Subtracting Fractions with Pictures 2 Adding and Subtracting Fractions: All Steps 3 Adding and Subtracting Fractions: Answer Only 7 Common Denominators 1 Equivalent Fractions: Expanding Fractions 2 Rewriting Fractions with Common Denominator: General Strategy 3 Rewriting Fractions with Common Denominator: One a Factor of the Other 4 Least Common Multiple (LCM) 5 Rewriting Fractions with LCM as Common Denominator 8 Adding and Subtracting Fractions with Different Denominators 1 Adding and Subtracting Fractions With Different Denominators 2 Adding and Subtracting Fractions With Different Denominators  Answer Only 3 Adding and Subtracting Mixed Numbers
5 Unit E Unit F Unit G 1 Greatest Common Factor 1 Finding Missing Factors 2 Finding All Factors I 3 Finding All Factors II 4 Finding Greatest Common Factor 2 Reducing Fractions 1 Equivalent Fractions: Rewriting With Smaller Denominator 2 Equivalent Fractions: Rewriting with Smaller Denominator  Answer Only 3 Equivalent Fractions: Reducing Fractions to Simplest Terms  Answer Only 3 Multiplying Fractions 1 Fractions as Division 2 Multiplying Fractions 3 Multiplying Fractions by a Number Less Than, Greater Than, or Equal to 1 4 Multiplying Fractions and Mixed Numbers 1 Multiplying Fractions and Whole Numbers 2 Multiplying Mixed Numbers 3 Multiplying by Reciprocals 5 Operations with Fractions and Mixed Numbers 1 Dividing Fractions 2 Dividing Complex Fractions 3 Dividing Fractions by Whole Numbers 4 Dividing Mixed Numbers 5 Simplifying Fractions 1 Decimals 1 Writing Fractions in Decimal Form 2 Writing Decimals As Fractions 3 Writing Decimals From Text 4 Fraction and Decimal Equivalents: Tenths and Hundredths 5 Fraction and Decimal Equivalents: Quarters and Halves 2 Comparing Decimals 1 Fractions and Decimals on Number Line 2 Comparing Decimals: With Words 3 Comparing Decimals: With Symbols 4 Comparing Decimals to Thousandths 3 Adding and Subtracting Decimals 1 Adding Decimals: All Steps 2 Adding Decimals: Answer Only 3 Subtracting Decimals: All Steps 4 Subtracting Decimals: Answer Only 4 Rounding 1 Rounding Whole Numbers 2 Rounding Decimals 5 Multiplying Decimals 1 Multiplying Decimals by Whole Numbers 2 Multiplying Decimals by Decimals 6 Dividing Decimals 1 Dividing Decimals by Whole Numbers: No Remainder 2 Dividing Decimals by Whole Numbers: Terminating Remainders 3 Dividing Whole Numbers by Whole Numbers: Decimal Answers  Terminating Remainders 4 Dividing Whole Numbers by Whole Numbers: Repeating Decimals 5 Dividing Whole Numbers by Whole Numbers: Decimal Answers  Nonterminating Remainders 6 Dividing Whole Numbers by Decimals 7 Dividing Decimals by Decimals 7 Introduction to Percents 1 Definition of Percent 2 Writing Percents as Decimals 3 Writing Decimals as Percents 4 Percents as Complex Fractions 8 Calculating with Percents 1 Multiplying a Number by a Percent 2 Calculating a Percent of a Number 3 A Number as a Percent of Another Number 4 Increase or Decrease by a Percent 1 Percents: Applications 1 Applications: Discount, Interest, and Tips 2 Applications: Percent Change 2 Applications with Fractions and Decimals 1 Applications: Fractions: All Operations 2 Applications: Decimals: All Operations 3 Applications: Fractions: Multiplication/Division: Fraction of a Number 4 Applications: Fractions: Multiplication/Division: Times As Many As 3 Ratios and Rates 1 Ratios 2 Ratio Notation 3 Applications: Rates 4 Unit Cost 5 Proportions: Definition 4 Prime Numbers and Central Tendency Measures
6 1 Measures of Center: Mean 2 Prime Numbers 3 Prime Factorization 4 Prime Factorization: Answer Only Unit H Unit I Unit J Unit K Unit L 1 Algebraic Expressions 1 Introduction to Variables 2 Writing Algebraic Expressions from Words: Addition 3 Writing Algebraic Expressions from Words: Multiplication 4 Writing Algebraic Expressions from Words: Addition or Multiplication 5 Writing Algebraic Expressions from Words: Both Addition and Multiplication 2 Operations and Properties 1 Taking the Opposite 2 Finding the Reciprocal 3 Identity Properties 4 Inverse Properties 5 Distributive Property 6 Commutative Properties 7 Associative Properties 8 Simplify Using Properties 3 Evaluating Expressions 1 Evaluating Expressions: One Operation 2 Evaluating Expressions: Multiple Operations (Order of Operations) 3 Evaluating Expressions: With Parentheses (Order of Operations) 4 Evaluating Expressions: Multiple Variables 4 Linear Equations in One Variable I 1 One Step Linear Equations: Addition 2 One Step Linear Equations: Multiplication 3 Two Step Linear Equations: All Steps 4 Two Step Linear Equations: Answer Only 1 Linear Equations in One Variable II 1 Solving Linear Equations with Fractions  Eliminating Same 2 Solving Linear Equations with Fractions  Eliminating Opposite 2 Linear Equations in One Variable III 1 Linear Equations with Decimals 2 Simplify Linear Expressions 3 Linear Equations in One Variable IV 1 Two Step Linear Equations: Simplify then Solve 2 Linear Equations with Variables on Both Sides 3 Linear Equations with Infinite or No Solutions 1 Proportions 1 Proportions: Writing as Equations 2 Proportions: Cross Multiplication 3 Proportions: Solve Problems with Cross Multiplication 2 Coordinate Grids 1 Coordinate Grids 2 Coordinate Grids: Four Quadrants 3 Linear Equations in Two Variables: Introduction 1 Equations as Prescriptions 2 Making Tables from Equations 4 Linear Equations in Two Variables: Graphing I 1 Linear Equations: Drawing Graphs from Tables 2 Linear Equations: Drawing Graphs by Making Tables 3 Linear Equations: Finding Slope from Graphs 4 Linear Equations: Slope from Two Points 5 Linear Equations: Midpoint Formula 5 Linear Equations in Two Variables: Graphing II 1 Linear Equations: Writing Equations from Graphs 2 Linear Equations: Drawing Graphs from Equations 3 Linear Equations: Slope Applications 4 Linear Equations: Direction of Slope 5 Coordinate Grids: Interpret Graphed Data 6 Linear Equations: Horizontal and Vertical Lines 1 Linear Equations in Two Variables: Solving I 1 Solving an Equation for One Variable 2 Solving an Equation for One Variable  Actual Formulas 2 Linear Equations in Two Variables: Solving II 1 Forms of Linear Equations 2 Intercepts 3 Linear Equations in Two Variables: Solving III 1 Parallel Linear Equations 2 Perpendicular Linear Equations 3 Verifying Solutions to Linear Equations 1 Linear Equations in Two Variables: Writing I 1 Writing Linear Equations: Slope and Point
7 2 Writing Linear Equations: Two Points 2 Linear Equations in Two Variables: Writing II 1 Writing Linear Equations: Point and Parallel Line 2 Writing Linear Equations: Point and Perpendicular Line Unit M Unit N Unit O Unit P 1 Linear Inequalities: Introduction 1 Solving One Step Linear Inequalities 2 Solving Two Step Linear Inequalities 2 Linear Inequalities in One Variable: Solving I 1 Graphing Solutions to Inequalities 2 Graphing Solutions to Compound Inequalities I 3 Graphing Solutions to Compound Inequalities II 3 Linear Inequalities in One Variable: Solving II 1 Set Builder Notation 2 Interval Notation 4 Linear Inequalities in One Variable: Solving III 1 More Complex Linear Inequalities 2 Solving Compound Inequalities 5 Applications: Linear Equations and Inequalities 1 Applications: Linear Equations  All Steps 2 Applications: Linear Equations  Answer Only 3 Applications: Linear Inequalities 1 Absolute Value Equations 1 Basic Absolute Value Equations 2 Absolute Value Equations II 3 Absolute Value Equations III 2 Absolute Value Inequalities I 1 Absolute Value Inequalities I 2 Absolute Value Inequalities II 3 Absolute Value Inequalities II 1 Absolute Value Inequalities III 2 Absolute Value Inequalities IV 1 Applications I 1 Introduction to Problem Solving I 2 Introduction to Problem Solving II 3 Introduction to Problem Solving III 2 Applications II 1 Formulas and Problem Solving I 2 Formulas and Problem Solving II 3 Exponent Operations I 1 Multiplying Exponents 2 Negative Exponents: Definition 3 Negative Exponents in the Denominator 4 Exponent Operations II 1 Raising a Power to a Power 2 Multiply with Negative Exponents 5 Exponent Operations III 1 Multiply Fractions with Exponents 2 Divide Exponents 1 Polynomials 1 Polynomials 2 Combining Like Terms 3 Adding Polynomials 4 Multiplying Polynomials by Whole Numbers 5 Subtracting Polynomials 2 Polynomials and Greatest Common Factors 1 Multiplying Monomials by Monomials 2 Multiplying Polynomials by Monomials 3 Greatest Common Factor of Monomials 4 Factoring out Greatest Common Factor 3 Multiplying Polynomials 1 Multiplying Binomials by Binomials 2 Multiplying Binomials by Trinomials 3 Binomials raised to a power 4 Factoring Trinomials: Leading Coefficient of 1 1 Factoring Trinomials Preparation 2 Factoring Trinomials I 3 Factoring Trinomials II 4 Factoring Trinomials III 5 Factoring Trinomials IV 5 Factoring Trinomials: Leading Coefficient not 1 1 Factoring Trinomials I 2 Factoring Trinomials II 6 Factoring Trinomials: Special Cases 1 Factoring Perfect Square Trinomials I 2 Factoring Perfect Square Trinomials II 3 Multiplying Conjugate Pairs
8 4 Factoring Difference of Two Squares Unit Q Unit R Unit S Unit T Unit U 1 Advanced Factoring 1 Factoring the GCF then the Polynomial 2 Factoring by Grouping 3 Factoring Polynomials with More Than One Variable 2 Solving Quadratic Equations 1 Zero Product Principle 2 Solving Quadratic Equations by Factoring I 3 Solving Quadratic Equations by Factoring II 4 Solving Quadratic Equations by Factoring III 3 Systems of Two Linear Equations 1 Systems of Linear Equations: Graphing 2 Systems of Linear Equations: Substitution 3 Systems of Linear Equations: Elimination I 4 Systems of Linear Equations: Elimination II 1 Applications III 1 Interpreting Motion Problems I 2 Interpreting Motion Problems II 3 Interpreting Motion Problems III 4 Interpreting Value Problems 5 Interpreting Investment Problems 2 Applications IV 1 Solving Equations One Variable 2 Setting up Equations Two Variables I 3 Setting up Equations Two Variables II 4 Solving Problems Two Variables I 5 Solving Problems Two Variables II 1 Radicals I 1 Radicals: Definition 2 Radicals: Negative Numbers 3 Simplifying Whole Number Radicals 4 Adding and Subtracting Radicals 5 Multiplying Radicals 6 Multiplying Radicals II 2 Radicals II 1 Simplifying Radicals: Rational Numbers 2 Rationalizing the Denominator 3 Dividing Radicals 4 Simplifying Radicals: One Variable 5 Simplifying Radicals: Two Variables 1 Radicals III 1 Multiplying Radicals with Variables 2 Dividing Radicals with Variables 3 Solving Radical Equations 2 Pythagorean Theorem 1 Introduction to the Pythagorean Theorem 2 Pythagorean Theorem with Real Numbers 3 The Distance Formula 3 Functions 1 Functions: Definitions 2 Functions: Notation 3 Functions: Vertical Line Test 4 Graphing Quadratic Equations 1 Graphing Quadratic Equations from Tables 2 Finding Solutions to Quadratic Equations 3 Intercepts of Parabolas 4 Opens Up/Down 5 Vertex of Quadratics 6 Axis of Symmetry 1 Solving Equations Using Radicals 1 Solving Quadratic Equations using Radicals I 2 Solving Quadratic Equations using Radicals II 2 Solving Equations by Completing the Square 1 Completing the Square: Introduction 2 Completing the Square: Solving Equations I 3 Completing the Square: Solving Equations II 4 Completing the Square: Solving Equations III 3 Solving Quadratic Equations using the Quadratic Formula 1 The Quadratic Formula: Definition 2 The Quadratic Formula: Solving Equations  Rational Solutions 3 The Quadratic Formula: Solving Equations  Irrational Solutions 4 The Quadratic Formula: Solving Equations  Missing Term 5 The Quadratic Formula: Solving Equations  All Types 6 The Quadratic Formula: Solving Equations  Nonstandard Form
9 Unit V Unit W Unit X 1 Introduction to Complex Numbers 1 Introduction to Imaginary Numbers 2 Solving Quadratic Equations with Imaginary Solutions 3 Introduction to Complex Numbers  Addition and Subtraction 4 Multiplying Complex Numbers I 5 Multiplying Complex Numbers II 2 Complex Numbers and the Quadratic Formula 1 Dividing Complex Numbers  The Complex Conjugate 2 The Discriminant of the Quadratic Formula 3 The Quadratic Formula with Complex Solutions 4 Solving General Quadratic Equations 3 Quadratic Applications 1 Quadratic Applications I 2 Quadratic Applications II 1 Graphing Cubic and Absolute Value Equations 1 Graphing Cubic Equations from Tables 2 Graphing Absolute Value Equations 2 Simplifying Rational Expressions 1 Dividing Monomials by Monomials 2 Dividing Monomials by Monomials with Factors in Denominator 3 Dividing Polynomials by Monomials 4 Dividing Polynomials by Binomials 5 Dividing Polynomials by Polynomials 3 Simplifying Rational Expressions II 1 Finding Common Denominators in Algebraic Expressions 2 Simplifying Complex Fractions 3 Complex Fractions with Negative Exponents 1 Operations with Rational Expressions 1 Multiplying Rational Expressions 2 Dividing Rational Expressions 3 Adding Rational Expressions with Common Denominators 4 Subtracting Rational Expressions with Common Denominators 2 Operations and Equations with Rational Expressions 1 Adding and Subtracting Rational Expressions: Monomial Denominators 2 Adding and Subtracting Rational Expressions: Polynomial Denominators 3 Combining More Than 2 Rational Expressions 4 Solving Rational Equations
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